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, will more states continue this trend? >> in austin, texas, investigating a report of a bleach filled balloon thrown at an african-american student on campus at the university of student. -- at the university of texas. he was only interrupted by a bleach bomb. >> i heard something exploding near me, and i feel like a light staying on my leg. to be a minority at such a large school, it doesn't come off the way you think it might. >> some claim they hit it by chance, davis believes he was targeted because he was african-american. >> what type of harm can this cause to someone. >> it is a very dangerous chemical that we are dealing with that can cause great harm to someone. what you're seeing is something very insidious about the type of value placed on black and brown students, saying that we should whitewash not just our textbooks and history, but the actual people. it is a disgusting act. to try to write it off as a prank, one of those things about trying to forge a colorblind society in which we don't take race into consideration as a factor in anything, it means that we don't look at the ro
and into southeastern great lakes region. in fact, we have one tornado touchdown reported in texas from this system. tomorrow it's going to be widely spread across much of the eastern half all the way from texas/oklahoma panhandle into new england states. the big apple, d.c., boston, these are the areas that you will find drenching rain that could lead to flash flooding and we can't rule out the possibility of tornadic activity. towards the south, still sizzling hot at houston, 38 degrees. although the humidity level is still very low, 5% in some areas and windy as well. so if the dry thunderstorms across this area ignites wildfires, that's going to be widely spread. extreme fire danger taking place again here. in europe the heat still prevails. the jetstream is still meandering down to the south in the west and to the north in the east. it is bringing severe weather across this area. this has already ignited funnel clouds in germany and hail have been reported, winds of has been reported in czech republic. it will be continuing this way. but we're still talking about the heat which is covering eas
because of the security threat. the partnerships thousands of miles in the making. how china and texas are working together to form better business relations. >> a suicide bomber killed at least 30 people at a funeral in southwestern pakistan. 200 feet deep -- 250 people were gathered outside a mosque to remember a police officer who was shot and killed on thursday in front of his children. the bombing is also one of a series of targeting -- attacks targeting security forces in pakistan. no one has claimed responsibility. israel has announced lance to add 900 new housing units to a west bank settlement. for more on that, we go live to tel aviv. what prompted this announcement? >> it seems to be the type of announcement that repeats itself. it is a scenario that has repeated itself over and over again what it comes to the tenuous process of the negotiations. palestinian negotiators have asked for a settlement building freeze. as a precondition to talks. whenever there is an advance in negotiations or the possibility of negotiations, at the same time, plans to build on palestinian land o
hour. reported here in northern texas. also, a flood risk into montana and portions of the dakotas. the tail end of this front causing heavy rainfall. the southern u.s. here, well, conditions are improving, but it is going to stay on the hot side and this is what i'm talking about. oklahoma city as well, feel like it's into the 40s combined with the humidity there. if you want to go somewhere cooler, toronto and new york, partly cloudy skies, temperatures into the 20s. europe, in the main topic is this high pressure that is dominating, but there is something coming in from west. it's this well developed system you can see here in the satellite picture. this cold front, that is triggering some thunderstorm activity there across portions of france. you have the cold front, you have warm temperatures ahead of the fron that's pushing through and a dip in the jet stream. at the base of it, that is where we see thunderstorm activity, possibly tornado and hail. this is looking like the spring and the fall months, early august, when you get these big shifts in temperatures. london, you saw
are looking at more severe thunderstorms to come across the region from northern texas and into the great lakes region. it is still quite hot across much of the arklatex region reaching 38 degrees in houston with plenty of sunshine. now to europe. it is quite hot across the eastern areas here, as well, due to the african heat moving all the way to the south. the jet stream meanders to the north and east and south. western areas unstable area continues. we had a report of 115 kilometers per hour gusts reported in the czech republic. we have eight centimeter dynameter hail reported in germany. temperatures are shaping up like this and it will be continuing to be very hot across the central locations. so do be precautious for heat stroke. i'll leave you now for the extended forecast. >>> that's all for now on this edition of "newsline". i'm raja pradhan in tokyo. we'll be back with the latest at the top of the hour. thanks for joining us on nhk world.  >> you need to know that mark mazzoni wrote this that here -- of course it's the first thing i would tell you. he i
out for. as the system passes cooler air lr spilling in. stays really hot through texas and louisiana. towards the west dry and windy and fairly warm. 29 degrees in seattle. meanwhile we have 38 in houston. going to feel a lot hotter than that with humidity. think about the temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. and into europe we go. dry conditions now for the british isles but we have pretty severe storms. from iberia towards finland, very unstable here on the other side of the jet stream. we are seeing temperatures cooling down, as well, as the storms proceed further into central europe. the heat builds towards the southeast. take a look at vienna. 35 in warsaw. you can see the divide where we have the pretty immediate cool down on the other side of the jet stream. 26 degrees in berlin. 25 in paris. let's see how other cities in central europe are going to be affected by the cooler air coming in. prague dropping from 32 down to 22. 35 in warsaw coming down to a fairly cool 20 degrees. here's your extended forecast. . >>> we have breaking news the diplomatic divisions between the u.s
at the johnson space center in texas. they're running simulations to prepare for any emergencies that might occur during their mission. these include fire and rapid loss of cabin pressure. he practiced issuing instructions to the other astronauts in communicating with ground control staff by radio. wakat a will head up to the space station in november aboard the russian spacecraft. he'll be there for six months and serve as commander for the final two months. >> i will like to keep a good communication between the crew members and also all the mission control centers and program folks. and that's the key. and i would like to contribute to the good communication of the team. >> wakata will also train in germany and russia before he begins his historic assignment. >>> that's "newsline" for this hour. i'm gene otani in tokyo. ♪ >>> job fairs like this are held almost every month in china. the number ow
today, at least 1700 people were killed and hundreds were injured. our reporter texas to see how site drivers -- a reporter takes us to see how survivors of that landslide have survived. >> sometimes, i have flashbacks of the landslide, but it is much better now. >> gradually recovering from the pain, he was the only hope for her grandfather. the landslide killed both her parents and destroyed their home and belongings. not even a photo was left. she says the last three years have made her a stronger person. >> the most important thing that happened was that i became more understanding of others. >> but on this memorial day, at her parents grave, the memories from three years ago are bittersweet. three years on, a much stronger person, she is resolved to follow in her mother's footsteps and become a teacher. >> i think she is emerging of the shadow of her parents debts. she is more independent and a good student in school. >> there are many riches to be found here. however 20,000 residents affected by disaster have already moved to new apartments. all of which have been built to withs
is larger than texas. but you know what? it's a lot of fun. >> in 1911, a small town kansas farmer named clyde cessna built his own airplane. little did he know that this would lead to the birth of the most prolific aircraft manufacturing brand of all time, with total production and delivery exceeding 190,000. cessna originally partnered with lloyd c. stearman, future president of lockheed martin, and walter beech, cofounder of beech aircraft. the three founded travel air and focused on building biplanes. it wouldn't be until 1924 that cessna aircraft was founded. the company's goal was to focus on single engine monoplanes. it would be this very style of aircraft that the cessna brand would become synonymous with, along with general aviation as a whole. i caught up with cessna's angela baldwin at airventure in oshkosh, wisconsin. did clyde cessna have any idea that the cessna of back then would become the cessna of today? >> no, and we think he'd be quite proud of what we've been able to accomplish. i mean, we've got the fastest business jet in the world, and yet, we're still teaching th
on tuesday. the 2009 shooting at fort hood, texas, left 13 dead and more than 30 wounded. military prosecutors are seeking the death penalty, but hasan says he wants to argue the killings were in defense of the taliban, fighting americans in afghanistan. he plans to represent himself at trial. for "teen kids news," i'm rick leventhal, "fox news channel in the classroom." >> you may have seen the movie "school of rock." well, emily got a chance to visit a summer camp that gives teens a taste of what it's really like to be part of a rock band. here's her report. >> this is a home for kids that live and breathe music. >> welcome to school of rock in montclair, new jersey. >> check, check, check. >> as mark explains, this is more than just a summer camp. >> well, the school of rock is a year-round performance-based music program for kids age 7 through 18. >> campers are divided into bands based on instrument, age, and ability. >> first day off the bat, we teach them, you're gonna be with this band for a week. know each others' names, make friends, and communicate it, not just musically
and prizes in several categories. this video from cypress ranch high school in texas won for community involvement. >> ♪ who do you think you are? ♪ trying to call the shots ♪ think you're so cool, but you're so not ♪ >> the video was created by trip oswald, a senior at cypress ranch. >> bullying is something that has to stop, and we're all really passionate about that. it's just been such an amazing journey for all of us. and we were just astounded by all the people that we had show up. >> ♪ ...that you're so cool, but you're so not ♪ >> as this video proves, you can get your whole school on board the "no bullying" bandwagon. and that's the goal of the great american "no bull" challenge -- make a great video, go viral, and change attitudes. [ drums banging rhythmically ] >> you can find more terrific videos at the link on our website. hopefully, you'll be inspired to create your own video for next year's "no bull" challenge. good luck! >> we have a lot more to tell you about. >> so stay with us. >> tens of thousands of civilians continue to flee syria's civil war. many of
in texas. he represented himself in the trial and did not deny accusations. he described himself as a muslim holy war your. -- warrior. his victims included a pregnant woman and a 19-year-old shoulder. -- soldier. police in shanxi province are searching for a woman who gouged out the eyes of a six-year-old boy. the boy was later found by his family and transferred to an hospital where doctors say he was permanently blinded. police have rolled out the possibility of organ trafficking and posted a warrant of more than $16,000 for any clues to the capture of that suspect. the rape trial of the son of a famous chinese singer is underway in beijing. he is accused him along with four others, of raping a woman at a hotel last february. he rejected the accusation that he had sexual intercourse with the victim. the victim is reportedly in a hospital suffering from stress and did not appear at the courthouse. he has been in trouble with the law before, sentenced to prison for a year in 2011 following a road rage incident. still to come, business news from around the world, including heavy
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